LINGUIST List 10.1274

Tue Aug 31 1999

Jobs: Language Designers, Linguistic Variation

Editor for this issue: Lydia Grebenyova <lydialinguistlist.org>


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  1. Shinko Tamura, Language Designers
  2. Stanley Dubinsky, Position in Linguistic Variation/U of S. Carolina

Message 1: Language Designers

Date: Mon, 30 Aug 1999 12:19:19 +0900
From: Shinko Tamura <tamurateragram.com>
Subject: Language Designers

Job as Language Designer for DUTCH - DANISH - NORWEGIAN - SWEDISH - FINNISH
 - POLISH - HUNGARIAN

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Teragram Corporation (http://www.teragram.com), a firm specializing in
language related technology, is looking for language designers to maintain
electronic dictionaries and grammars.

Openings are now available for the following languages:

DUTCH - DANISH - NORWEGIAN - SWEDISH - FINNISH - POLISH - HUNGARIAN

Candidates should be fluent (native or near-native) in one of these
languages. Good knowledge of grammar and basic computer skills required.
Knowledge of linguistics or syntax a plus. Positions are part-time (hourly 
wage) and in-house.

SEND RESUMES TO:

Yves Schabes
schabesteragram.com
Teragram Corporation
236 Huntington Ave. #302
Boston, MA 02115-4701
Tel: 617/369-0100
Fax: 617/369-0101

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Message 2: Position in Linguistic Variation/U of S. Carolina

Date: Tue, 31 Aug 99 11:57:33 EDT
From: Stanley Dubinsky <DUBINSKVM.SC.EDU>
Subject: Position in Linguistic Variation/U of S. Carolina

Open Rank search. Tenured or tenure-track. Linguistic Variation.
Research interests in Southern regional dialects, AAVE (African-
American Vernacular English), and Pidgins & Creoles are
particularly desirable. Candidates must have strong teaching
abilities in general linguistics and in one or more of the following:
general sociolinguistics, varieties of American English, language and
gender, discourse analysis, and general morphology.
A letter of application, vita, dossier, and writing sample should be sent
by November 15 to Stanley Dubinsky, Search Committee Chair,
Department of English, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC 29208.
The University of South Carolina is an Affirmative Action/Equal
Opportunity Employer.
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